Coleman scores another eye-popping, one-handed goal for Lightning


Blake Coleman scored his signature goal again, and this time it beat the buzzer.

The Tampa Bay Lightning forward scored another spectacular diving, one-handed goal late in the second period of Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final against the Montreal Canadiens on Tuesday.

Coleman gave the Lightning a 2-1 advantage in the final second of the frame, going all out to redirect Barclay Goodrow‘s pass past Montreal goalie Carey Price.

Coleman has become known for scoring with one hand while leaving his feet in the NHL. He did so twice as a member of the New Jersey Devils, including opening night of the 2019-20 season.

Watch: Blake Coleman scores one handed

He also scored an eye-popping, diving, one-handed goal in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Second Round against the Boston Bruins last season.

Watch: Blake Coleman scores flying goal

He first showed his one-handed prowess with Miami University during the NCHC playoffs against Western Michigan in 2015.

Watch: Blake Coleman scores to put Miami up

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